Information Systems Administrator

   
Location   The Grange, Saunderton
Hours Full time working 35 hours per week 
Salary £18,200 per annum

National charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, which trains dogs to transform the lives of deaf people, is looking for a skilled and enthusiastic Information Systems Administrator.

We are looking for a person who can help us to support our wide range of volunteers, partners and beneficiaries get the most from our IT systems.  A people orientated person with excellent IT skills along with the enthusiasm for helping individuals develop their own technical abilities.

The successful candidate will have the following characteristics and skills:

  • Enjoys working with people on a one-on-one basis and working through problems to arrive at a solution
  • Has experience of successfully supporting people patient and caring manner
  • Has strong IT skills in many areas and enjoys building their knowledge
  • Is flexible and creative in their communication and working style as required

Our charity is fun, friendly, and caring with a mission to train dogs to change the lives of deaf people.  We are based in beautiful surroundings at the Charity’s training centre in the Chiltern Hills, near Saunderton in Buckinghamshire.

If you are interested in working with us in this varied and immensely rewarding job, please visit our website for an application form and to discover what you can gain in return https://www.hearingdogs.org.uk/careers/

For further information contact our HR team on 01844 348155 or email recruitment@hearingdogs.org.uk.

 

Closing date is – 13th August 2021.

Interviews will be held from w/c 23rd August 2021.

 

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Registered charity in England and Wales (293358) and in Scotland (SC040486)

 

www.hearingdogs.org.uk  

 

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is committed to ensuring that children, young people and vulnerable adults who come into contact with our staff and volunteers are treated with respect, and are free from all forms of abuse or mistreatment. We are committed to ensuring that all staff and volunteers are aware of their responsibilities, and have the knowledge and skills necessary to promote and maintain the welfare and safety of those with whom they come into contact.